A Michigan nonprofit that helps folks fighting narcotics abuse is increasing to 14 legislation enforcement businesses in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton Counties.
This system is named Hope Not Handcuffs. With Thursday’s announcement, the non-profit referred to as Households In opposition to Narcotics now coordinates with 100 police departments in 13 counties.
Linda Davis is the Govt Director of Households In opposition to Narcotics. She says anybody wanting assist treating dependancy can stroll right into a taking part police division and be linked with volunteers she calls “angels.” Davis says “a lot of them are households which have skilled dependancy in their very own properties and need it to be higher for the subsequent individual.”
Davis says that assist normally arrives inside 25 minutes.
Police businesses added to the system embody these in Lansing and East Lansing, and the Ingham and Eaton County Sheriff’s Departments. Others embody Michigan State College, Meridian Township, Lansing Township, Williamston, Charlotte, Grand Ledge, Leslie, Mason, Stockbridge, and Tub Township police departments.